Category: Health and Singing

Size isn't everything but sometimes it can matter

Size isn’t everything but sometimes it can matter

Size isn’t everything but sometimes it can matter.Vix’s first Masters degree was in Health Science (Distinction)She specialised in clinical assessment as a lecturer at Kings College London whilst working at the walk in centre at the Royal London Hospital Whitechapel. One of the many things you learn as an experienced vocal coach is how to

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Periods and Singing

Let’s talk about periods and singing

Did you know premenstrual vocal syndrome is a real thing and can have a serious impact on all women singers? We’re still not great at talking about our periods in public and the impact it has on our singing and performance. First of all, it’s a perfectly natural occurrence for women during their reproductive years.

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Victoria Bourne

Free Your Voice

In our crazy Covid-19 world many of us feel we are losing ourselves and our voices. We stop ourselves from doing the things that bring us joy because they are harder to access. You may feel inhibited at home where you can’t sing at full volume. Try singing with headphones on. This cuts out outside

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